While InoBat Auto is an electric battery production company with a robust, long term business plan to facilitate the supply of batteries, we are, first and foremost, a technology company.
Research and development sits at the heart of everything we do at our facility in Voderady. Delivering sustainable mobility requires constant improvement to every element of a battery – from underlying chemistry to packaging. Early-stage R&D of breakthrough next-generation lithium-ion battery cell chemistry and materials is key to reducing cost and accelerating speed-to-market. And as the energy storage ecosystem develops, cutting edge R&D and focussed pilot production will play an ever more critical role in delivering new and promising materials for future battery chemistries.
Three laboratories, each equipped with the latest technology, give InoBat Auto’s scientists an industry-unique advantage to rapidly develop full commercial size battery prototypes, essential for capturing real-world data and eliminating risks associated with the transition from prototype to commercial scale.
Our wet laboratory facilitates synthesis, optimisation and development of new materials, electrode preparation, cell assembly and characterisation, to enhance battery energy density and safety. Our scientists within the dry laboratory determine the best and most cost-effective materials available and analyse every aspect of battery production. Accelerated battery testing is conducted in our E-chem laboratory, where cells can be stored and cycled in fireproof, temperature-controlled chambers ranging from -40 to 80°C.
Unencumbered by legacy systems and mindsets, every InoBat Auto employee prioritises flexibility and rapid response to customer needs.
These values are also reflected in our initial integrated laboratory and semi-automatic pilot line, producing numerous different size pouch formats and chemistries. As our plant structure rapidly develops, the pilot line will provide the foundation for a manufacturing production line capable of producing multiple GWh, evolving to a larger plant and then a series of integrated plants.